Wolfgang Eder, the CEO of Austrian-based voestalpine, will host a press conference prior to the grand opening festivities at the Metal Forming Division’s newest U.S. plant in Cartersville Tuesday, April 22.
Regina Wright knew there was more to the working world than sitting behind a desk and crunching numbers. After 18 years at Beka Federal Credit Union, serving employees of Bekaert Steel Wire, she took a leap of faith and moved to head the Riverwood Retirement Life Community, 511 West Tenth St.
ROME, Ga. — Pirelli Tyre S.p.A. unveiled its original equipment strategy for North America at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, as it debuted OE fitments for various auto makers, including Ford, Mercedes, Cadillac and others.
The Foot, Ankle and Leg Center, formerly at 126 Three Rivers Drive, is open today in a new location, 101 John Maddox Drive, Suite A, behind the Redmond Regional Medical Center.
Brooke Nolan’s Snazzy Rags women’s boutique will be moving at the end of March.
Columbus-based Synovus has honored its Northwest Georgia division, including Citizens First of Rome, Georgia Bank and Trust in Calhoun and Cartersville, as well as Cohutta Banking Company in Chatsworth with it REACH award.
Lori Dover, former owner of Bryant and Garrett/Travel Leaders, joined forces with Magical Travel & Events, 500 E. Second Ave., in the Central Plaza shopping center. Magical Travel is owned by Carol McCann.
The widening of Ga. 140 from Ga. 53 in Floyd County to U.S. 41 in Bartow County is forcing Nature’s Inc. to have what amounts to a fire sale for close to 1,000 trees.
Whether it’s a pastor working on sermon notes or a high school student doing term-paper research, Swift & Finch Coffee, 600 Broad St., has — in less than three years — become a gathering place for Romans from every walk of life. Owner Ellie Mahon wouldn’t want it any other way.
Total toxic chemical releases from 14 industrial sites in Floyd County were up 7.7 percent, according to the latest report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Rome City Commissioner Buzz Wachsteter implored local business owners to contact Congressman Tom Graves to express their support for the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would force Internet sellers to pay local and state sales taxes on sales that originate in the state of Georgia.
Sara Hightower Regional Library Director Delana Hickman told the board of trustees during budget talks that auditors recommend the library have at least two months of operating revenue in its reserve account.
Meggitt Inc. in Rockmart has won bidding for a large U.S. Air Force contract to provide aircraft fuel cells. The contract, awarded through the U.S. Air Force Material Command at Hill Air Force base in Utah, will pay the Polk County company $244,803.
Shoppers are always looking for a bargain, and in Rome bargains shouldn’t be too hard to come by with the proliferation of discount stores.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is planning a Rome location, but corporate officials have confirmed that no leases have been signed.
Bekaert Corp., one of Rome’s first international companies, revealed plans for a $25 million investment in its Rome plant Tuesday.
There are just a small handful of businesses in Rome that can lay claim to having been in business for 100 years. Downtown Rome’s Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop at 409 Broad St. is one of them. It’s a testament to perseverance and a love of the work.
Rome car wash pioneer James Dulaney (center) with scissors, snips the ribbon at the new Goo Goo Car Wash, 1040 N. Broad St..
The Ru San's at 1004 North Broad Street will be closed for a time after a pipe burst and caused an amount of flooding. Workers are inside attempting to fix the damage.
Rome architect Mike Lovely and Randy Davis of Davis Contracting and Development are proposing a new single-family home subdivision called Charleston Place, to be built on approximately seven acres off Old Summerville Road near Armuchee High School.